Married by Maricela
I specialize in designing ceremonies that reflect your personal vision.
I perform wedding, commitment, same-sex, vow renewals as well as Spanish language and bilingual ceremonies.
My goal is to deliver friendly, professional, efficient, stress-free service to you and to continue to be remembered as the nice young lady who performed your marriage ceremony.
CHARITIES WE LOVE!
Harness your inner love by doing some good. These charitable organizations are working hard to make the world a better place for us all.
Mooseheart is a residential childcare facility, located on a 1,000-acre campus 38 miles west of Chicago. The Child City is a home for children and teens in need, from infancy through high school.
Moosehaven is a private membership retirement community located on the banks of the St Johns River, in the heart of Orange Park, Florida. With a full range of programs and services, Moosehaven provides seniors 65 and older a comfortable and secure retirement option. Residents enjoy the benefits of social interaction and support services within a residential community that has served members of The Moose since 1922.
The SCV Food Pantry is a non profit organization dedicated to alleviating hunger throughout the Santa Clarita Valley. Our goal is to meet the current and future hunger needs of our neighbors and to ensure self-sufficiency through active partnerships with other organizations within our community. We serve families and individuals who are living in uncertainty, seeking assistance and looking for a better life.
The San Fernando Valley Counseling Center offers low-cost counseling services to the San Fernando Valley community. Since 1971 our dedicated interns and paraprofessionals have given treatment in a warm and caring environment.
MEND was started in 1971 by Ed & Carolyn Rose, who were motivated by the poverty they witnessed in the Valley to do something about it. They set about persuading others – primarily members of their congregation at Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church - to help them collect and distribute food, clothing and furniture to poor families in the community. For years, the Roses were joined by several other families to serve the neediest people in the community, under the name they had started calling themselves: MEND – Meet Each Need with Dignity.
In 1976 they formalized their activities into a non-profit organization and in the mid-80s MEND established operations in Pacoima, where it continues to provide food, clothing, one-on-one case management and support services to low-income individuals and families. For 50 years, MEND has continuously served the most vulnerable in our community, including those who are homeless, unemployed/under-employed, very low income, and older adults.